Prom dresses are classically found in black, white and silver, so if you are thinking of Orange Prom Gown 2015 I hope you want to stand out from the crowd. To wear orange you will want to have a confident personality that is more than happy to show off your independent style. You will look dazzling and be sure to draw attention.
Orange dresses will not suit everyone. Consider your hair and skin color before braving this stand out choice. To pull off the look you will need to have very fair skin, such as creamy white or peach. It will also look best if you have straw colored or strawberry red hair with green or blue eyes. Alternatively girls with golden skin tones and red hair or brown eyed brunettes will also accentuate the look.
These range from elegant ball gowns to short cocktail dresses. Two aspects of a dress that you will want to consider are:
Sleeve style - options include sleeveless, strapless, spaghetti strap, halter and one shoulder. Sleeveless and strapless are the most popular although you will want to bear in mind how comfortable you are with your arms and shoulders before deciding.
Dress length - options include above the knee, knee length, mid calf and full length. For prom dresses full length is the most common, but as you are the more adventurous type going for orange, a shorter style may suit you best or perhaps a full length combined with a thigh high split.
For your make up, use soft peach and rusty browns that complement your dress. And splash out on shoes, jewelry and hair accessories that are overstated for simple dresses or understated for more extravagant designs.
Created in stylish and contemporary designs, either a long or short dress can be your pick. The best features you have should be enhanced by the dress you pick. Body hugging dresses work well with your hourglass figure to show off the curves. Empire cut dresses go well if you are a smaller busted woman.